William Williams was born and raised right here in the great city of Dallas.  He has a passion for real estate and financial literacy with extensive knowledge in investment portfolios.  His experience in accounting and education has continued to be the root cause of our organization soaring to new heights.  William currently holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Technical Management with a Minor in Accounting.  He is devoted to investing in our children by way of sharing his knowledge and expertise to Stars United Global Outreach. 

Past Events

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January - March 2017 – Partnered with Zan Wesley Holmes and Academy of Dallas to assist with their after school programs. 

April 2017– Partnered with Iota Psi Chapter Sorority for their annual Youth Summit at Highland Hills Recreation Center

August 2017 – Back to School Bash:  Filled 100 back packs with supplies for families in need

September 2017 – North Texas Giving Day

December 2017 – Angel Tree Toy Drive.  Partnered with Greater Emmanuel Baptist Church to provide toys to underprivileged children.  SUGO was able to donate toys to more than 30 children.  

January - March 2017  – Blueprint for Success Entrepreneurship 8 Week Workshop.  First graduating class of 2018 on April 4.

Outreach & partnership director

Director of finance

Twelve years ago Stars United Global Outreach was merely a dream.  Today we are honored to  create a positive atmosphere that will lead our youth in the best direction, to make sound educational plans, and career goals by providing life skills, leadership skills, provide strong mentors, and positive role models. 


It's amazing what we can do when we come together.  Thanks for the support that’s made it all possible!


Mrs. Star Williams

Stars United Global Outreach enjoys local support.


Keysha Chester, M. Ed., is an award winning educator, proud wife, mother, and U.S. Navy veteran. As a parent, educator, former single mother, and former Title 1 student, Keysha knows what it takes to be successful on the obstacle course of life.

She obtained her Bachelor of Arts in Spanish from the University of Central Florida with approximately 25 hours in education coursework. She also earned her Master’s in Education Administration from Lamar University and her Educational Diagnostician certification from Dallas Baptist University. She is presently certified in the areas of 4 – 8 Generalist, ESL, EC-12 Special Education, Principal, and Educational Diagnostician. Currently, Keysha serves as the Educational Diagnostician in Grand Prairie ISD.

She truly believe that all children can learn and it is her responsibility to make sure that they are provided with the necessary tools to be reach their full potential and achieve their dreams.

education director

​Arnya T. M. Davis, is a native of New Orleanian, who has resided in the Dallas Fort Worth Metroplex for the past 18 years. She works as an Officer/Sr. Operations Project Analyst for Bank of America. Arnya has been an entrepreneur since the age of 24. Arnya has an Associates of Science in General Science from Northlake Community College and a Bachelor of Arts in Educational Studies from Warner University. 

She is a mentor to several women in business and in their spiritual walk. She is a speaker and has spoken on topics such as branding and spirituality. God has given Arnya a heart for his people. She enjoys working with Women and children. Her passion is to bring out what is laying dormant in each person she meets. It has often been said, that she sees things in people, that they don’t see in themselves. She credits God for everything that she has been able to experience thus far in life. 

Mission + Vision

​​Ashley Barnett was born and raised in Dallas, Texas.  Her natural penchant for helping others came at a young age.  At the age of 21, she began her teaching and community activism, as the Assistant Coach of the O.W. Holmes middle school Drill Team.  As a coach, she taught and inspired girls of the community to be a better representative of their environment through dance, presentation, and perseverance.  She developed a strong sense of devotion for the nonprofit sector as she mentored through the dance development program.  This experience gave her a deep appreciation for how nonprofits seek to improve the quality of life. In 2015, her community involvement continued as she became a volunteer for the Dallas Life Foundation.  She is currently an active member of the Dallas Life Foundation where she feeds the homeless and sorts donation materials on a monthly basis.  She most recently volunteers for the Children’s Advocacy Center of Denton County and the Christian Community Action Food Pantry of Lewisville, Texas.



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